IMD Weather Forecast: Yellow and Orange Rain Warning for East India from Jan 11 – Weather Bureau

IMD Weather Forecast: Yellow and Orange Rain Warning for East India from Jan 11 – Weather Bureau

Weather forecast: “Odisha is already under orange warning on January 11,” said an IMD scientist (Archive)

New Delhi:

The Indian Meteorological Department predicted on Sunday that the western disturbance is likely to hit eastern India from January 11, issuing yellow and orange rain warnings.

Speaking to ANI, RK Jenamani, IMD Senior Scientist, said: “As the western disturbance progresses, central India and eastern part of India, in particular Odisha, Jharkhand, Bengal and Bihar, will face heavy rains. We have issued a yellow warning from January, from January 11 to 13 for these places. “

“Odisha is already under orange warning on January 11-12 because a hail storm will occur on January 11 in Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand and Odisha,” said the IMD scientist.

Additionally, IMD’s chief scientist said there will also be a thunderstorm in Telangana and off the coast of Andhra Pradesh. “We have also warned of cold waves in northern India and heavy fog will be seen in Rajasthan and Haryana,” he added.

Speaking about the ongoing rains in the northern region of India, he said: “The ongoing period of heavy rainfall over the western Himalayan region and the adjoining plains of Rajasthan, Haryana and Punjab will decrease from today. Yesterday, it decreased slightly. But activity was still high in areas like Punjab, “Jenamani reported.

He also claimed that heavy rains were also reported yesterday in Punjab, Ludhiana and Haryana, and moderate rains in the Nazafgarh and Palam areas of Delhi.

“South Delhi received less rain by 10mm around 8:30 in the morning. And in the afternoon, Delhi received light to moderate rain. If we talk about the Himalayas, Jammu and Kashmir received heavy snowfall. Rains and snowfalls were also reported. in Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand, “he said.

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The IMD scientist claimed that rainfall will decrease substantially overnight in the national capital, followed by no rain from tomorrow until January 16-17, as there are no disturbances from the west ahead.

He also reported that the cold wave will begin on the night of January 11 in the northern part of the country. “As the western disturbance moves eastward, the temperature will drop dramatically as it progresses. So in northern India, including Delhi, the temperature will drop between 4 and 6 degrees,” he said.

“There has been a drop in temperature in Rajasthan. So the cold snap in Rajasthan, Punjab and Haryana will start on January 12. In Delhi, the temperature can be witnessed between 5 and 6 degrees until January 14, but we can I am not saying whether there will be a cold snap in Delhi or not, as we are still monitoring it, ”he added.

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